KABA visited me in my dreams - OJ confesses

KABA visited me in my dreams - OJ confesses

- Musician OJ says he had an encounter with the late KABA

- OJ claims KABA told him not to cry

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Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong, popularly known as KABA has finally been laid to rest.

KABA visited me in my dreams - OJ confesses

KABA visited me in my dreams - OJ confesses

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The death of the astute radio presenter shocked the media fraternity and also the entire nation.

One of the media personalities that expressed grave shock and anguish over KABA's death was gospel musician, OJ. The local artiste was in the news not long ago after shedding uncontrollable tears at the premises of Multimedia.

But in an interview with Adom FM just when KABA was being paid his last respects, OJ revealed that the ace broadcaster visited him in a dream impressing on him not to shed tears.

"I saw KABA in a dream and he said he saw me weep bitterly," he revealed.

Circumstances leading to KABA's death was in a way shrouded in mystery as unconfirmed narratives claimed the presenter died of black magic. Others also claimed he suffered a stroke.

But in all, a post-mortem on the late presenter shows that he may have died of hypertensive complications.

KABA’s death sent shock waves across the country as thousands of fans and followers could not believe his unexpected passing.

One thing which sparked a little bit of controversy was all the allegations of what actually killed KABA. Many have said High blood pressure, Marital issues, Black magic, Frustrations and Unhealthy competition at Multimedia Group played major roles leading to his death.

The astute journalist died at the Korle-Bu Teaching hospital after a short illness and many of his fans and friends are yet to come to a closure on his sudden demise.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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